If ever you needed a sign that 3D printing has hit the mainstream, look no further than SkyMall.
This one’s for all you long-distance lovaaaahs out there.
Fire-starting pen, eh? I’m listening.
You’re going to be there a while. See you all on Monday.
Let’s get something out of the way right off the bat: the HTC One is a damn fine Android phone. It’s the finest I’ve ever used. Being an Android phone is tough, though
This is an iPhone 5 that’s been blinged out six ways from Sunday.
Fifty must-have apps, from A to Z: here’s a list of essentials every iPad owner should consider
Google announces Inactive Account Manager, which lets you set all your Google stuff (mail, YouTube videos and more) to either self-destruct or get sent to a loved one after a certain period of non-use.
In 1991, a group of enterprising students cobbled together a webcam that monitored a pot of coffee, relaying the grainy image across the computer lab’s local network three times every minute.
TIME Tech’s Doug Aamoth, Harry McCracken and Jared Newman discuss Facebook Home.
Daniel Terdiman at CNET gets a look at early Apple documents detailing a $13,000 deal brokered in 1978 for the Apple II’s disk operating system.
Everything you ever wanted to know about Bitcoin, but were afraid (or weren’t sure what) to ask. Over in The New Yorker‘s new tech vertical, Maria Bustillos presents a thorough look at how the virtual currency works, how it got started, and the potential challenges it faces.
The Future of Bitcoin [The New Yorker]